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  1. By the way, on the left we can see that the diagonal is passing through the letters H,O, and D and HOD is the Hebrew word for GLORY !
  2. Here is something I worked on yesterday night , and that I planned to post this morning. it seems that you have been quicker than me ! ๐Ÿ˜„
  3. Because all comes full circle, I would like to share with you few lines of a story that I began to wrote 5 years ago, the story that led me to FRANCIS BACON. ( I did not know anything about the Shakespeare Authorship Question at that time.) Finally, the last place to explore, was a place at the end of the Apollo/Michael ley line : Skellig Michael, in Ireland. When I discovered the photography of the Island, I immediatly recognized it. It was familiar to me. I had already seen this Island in a film : STAR WARS ! That was the island where Luke Skywalker, the Jedi Master, lived. I learned that Skywalker is the english translation of the name Dakini, a Tibetan feminine Deity, represented by a naked woman, whom the iconography is very similar to "THE WORLD" Tarot Card. Judith Simmer-Brown, in Dakini's Warm Breath says :"The primary emblem of the feminine in Tibetan Buddhism is the dakini, or "Sky-dancer" a semi-wrathful spirit-woman who manifests in visions, dreams, and meditation experiences." One of the roles of the dakini is a Wisdom protector. "She is the one who conceals, or the one who recovers spiritual communications, textes and other objects called terma." As I was intringued by the concept of terma, I looked for a more accurate definition: "Terma is a Tibetan word reffering to texts or sacred objects believed to have been hidden for safekeeping until the time is right for their recovering and utilization for the benefit of sentient beings. Someone who actually finds a material object of this nature, or who by virtue of inspiration, memory or other means, reveals an inspirational text is known as a terton. What could I say ? The definition fit perfectly with the story of my Oracle, and I really felt like a terton !
  4. < 1881 > <Time to go ... go to Time > ๐Ÿ˜‰ When I said yesterday that , It could be just a coincidence, I did not believe it ! ๐Ÿ™‚ I experience too much of this type of "Coincidence or Synchronicity" every day, to still believe that all happens only by chance. I mentionned a mail talking about Dee, 365 and Moseley , but after a 2nd reading yesterday , it appears that the mail also refered to ... The COMPASS ROSE !!! And I did not notice it , at least consciously ! But subconsciously, I think that the mail did his job during the night and that the following morning I was ready for unveiling one of the mystery of the Droeshout Portrait. I also learned to follow my intuition and to keep the tiniest crazy idea that came to my mind. For example, yesterday, regarding the Title page of "The History of the De(or Dee?) - fendors of the Catholique Faith" and the motto above Queen Elizabeth, P O S U I D EU M ADIUTOREM MEUM Which means "I have made God my helper", I noticed that the first letters of each word formed the name PADME, that is the name of the QUEEN AMIDALA in Star Wars, the mother of LUKE SKYWALKER, THE CHOSEN ONE ... yeah a crazy idea !!! ๐Ÿ˜„ But it is Time going backward and forward ! And this morning, thinking about your post on "The Taming of the Shrew" with the concealed Pyramid ... I noticed that with the letters A, R , I, T, A, C, H and B we could form AT BACHIR BACHIR is the transliteration of the hebrew word for Chosen and, I read that AT (The first and last letter of Hebrew Alphabet , the Alpha and Omega) can means "THE"? And if this is the case AT BACHIR would mean ... THE CHOSEN ONE !?! I do not know if this is exact (I don't know the Hebrew language) and if it is the truth, I did not know if it was intended , but it is interesting right after my crazy idea of yesterday ! And regarding Star Wars , do you know where The Chosen one died ( but is not buried because he became one with the Force) ? At SKellig Michael, the island with the B'Hive Huts ! ๐Ÿ˜‰
  5. Maybe ! This afternoon, following "Moseley" I discovered the Title page of "The History of the Defendors of the Catholique Faith" https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/P_1868-0328-791 CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ Notice that Queen Elizabeth's left hand invites us to look above her head. Does she ask to take a look at the motto or at the person above her ? Above her, we have the young King Edouard VI. But take a look at the text on his right ... I see BOW, another symbol (with the Harp) of Apollo ,and f(endor) B(y) C(hristopher) O(bservations) N(ostrum) Knowing that A and W(heareunto) are interchangeable ( I AM A AND O) ... I SEE ... BOW AND F BACON But it can be just a coincidence !
  6. Thank you again for sharing, A. Phoenix ! This is the very first time that I see the Title Page of the 1594 edition of "The Taming of the the Shrew". And I am really sorry but, you know, I see codes everyhere ! This is just an idea but, maybe that the name of Shake-speare does not appear on this Title Page because the play is the fruit of "The Pleasant Harp of Bacon", our Apollo ?
  7. Incredible ! Without going into detail, yesterday I received a mail connected to another of my passion but "curiously" the mail delt with Dee, the number 365 and ... Humphrey Moseley, a name that I did not know! I felt that it was kind of a "sign" and that I should follow "Moseley". And this is what I have just made ! I have discovered that Humphrey Moseley " was a prominent London publisher and bookseller in the middle seventeenth century." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humphrey_Moseley And I have just learned that he published Sir Francis Bacon including ... The natural and experimental nature of winds (1653) !!! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ I did not find an archive of this edition but here is a link to a bookseller website, who sell the book and where you have photographies of the Title page and of the dedication. https://www.milestone-books.de/pages/books/002724/francis-bacon/the-naturall-and-experimentall-history-of-winds-c-written-in-latine-by-the-right-honorable-francis In this edition, the 53rd and last word of the first page of the dedication is "WIL" in place of "WILLING" , and by taking in count this "WIL" and the final "THE" on the 2nd page of the dedication, we have 173 (R.C.) words in total !
  8. I am not sure if it is against regulations to do that, but if we count the "St" of St Alban as one , then from "which" to "Alban." we have 141 characters in total : 141 is the simple cipher of FRANCIS TUDOR, but also the simple cipher of his father ROBERT DUDLEY and the reverse cipher of his mother ELIZABETH ! And if we add the 3 characters of "THE" we have a total of 144 characters, the simple cipher of SIR FRANCIS BACON ! ๐Ÿ™‚
  9. Yes I noticed it this morning, and I noticed something else maybe just a "coincidence" ... "Mustard-Seed" one of the character of a Midsummer nigth's Dream appears, with "Cobweb " on the 171th page of the First Folio ( 171 is the Kaye cipher of FRANCIS ), the misprinted page 151 ( instead of 153) 153 is 100 + 53 , with 100 the simple cipher of FRANCIS BACON and 53 , among other things, the simple cipher of POET, SWAN , SOW (Son of Widow / Son of Wisdom) .
  10. Because 157 and 287 "are the Keys both of Sciences and works" ๐Ÿ˜‰
  11. Yessss !!! Well done, Rob ! Kirkios means circle or ... RING ! And it is a reference to a kind of Hawk or FALCON who flies in circle ! ๐Ÿ˜ https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ฮบฮฏฯฮบฮฟฯ‚
  12. This morning I really planned to rest. At the same time, I said to myself that Pi-day was coming , that this would be the occasion to overcome my own procrastination and to share, this year, my work on Bacon and Pi. While having fun with the Droeshout Portrait, putting Shake-speare's head in its proper place, I realized that I had to move his head in a South South-east direction. And then ... EUREKA! I remembered having read that the name of the South South East wind was Phoenicias ... the wind coming from Phoenicia ( from the Greek Phoinix meaning Palm tree and which gave the word PHOENIX). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anemoi https://archive.org/details/b3034315x/page/6/mode/2up The strange collar of Shake-speare is a reference to the Compass rose (Tudor). We can see 4 peaks on the right and if we consider that, by symmetry, there are 4 peaks on the left , then we obtain the number 44 of which I spoke in another post. 44 is the gematria (Hebrew numerical value) of Yeled ( Child) Dam (Blood) and Chol , meaning Palm tree, Phoenix or Sand ( of Time ? ๐Ÿ™‚ ) What a wonderfull method used by Francis Bacon to tell us that he was Shake-Speare and the son of Queen Elizabeth Tudor ! What do you think ? I apologize if this is something that has already been found in the past.
  13. As promised, here is my study of the First Emblem of George WIther's Emblemes (1635), with a part of the discoveries I made so far, and my attempt to make the connection with Rob's own discoveries. References : George Wither's Emblemes : https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/george-wither-s-emblem-book-1635 Amorum Emblemata by Otto van Veen: https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b52503247x/f189.item Hypnerotomachia Poliphili : https://archive.org/details/hypnerotomachiap00colo/page/n135/mode/2up Minerva Britanna by Henry Peacham : https://archive.org/details/minervabritannao00peac/page/n5/mode/2up The Mirrour of Maiestie by Henry Goodyere https://archive.org/details/mirrorofmaiestie00hggoiala/page/4/mode/2up About the Temple of the Rosie Cross : https://sirbacon.org/links/temple_of_rosy_cross.htm About the owl of Heinrich Khunrath : https://stratharchives.tumblr.com/post/119601236066/owl-motif-from-khunraths-amphitheatre-of-eternal Minerva and Cupid : https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/298393
  14. Hi Rob, I am really glad you win your fight against procrastination this year ! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you very much for this insightful mathematical presentation. I think that you are totally right ! The Emblem 157 shows an Ouroboros that represents the "everlasting-ring", the A and O , the beginning and the end. The fact is that the Greek word "ENIAUTOS" ( inside the Ouroboros) means "YEAR". Notice that the first letter of the text is the "O" of "Old" And as if "by chance", the sum of the value of the capital Letters at the beginning of each lines is ... 364 ! And here is the subterfuge : if we take in count that the O is also an A ( I am the Alpha AND the Omega) then appears the number 365 ! The Ouroboros represents the A and the O, and it is an invitation to take a look at the first and the last emblem of the Book. Here is the last Emblem : https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/george-wither-s-emblem-book-1635 IT TELLS US OPENLY TO "MAKE USE OF TIME" . Notice that we are on page 257 that is 100 + 157 , FRANCIS BACON + FRA ROSIE CROSS๐Ÿ˜‰ Let's take a look at line 257 of the Sonnets ... The line is in the Sonnet 19, the only Sonnet where a PHOENIX is mentionned. And we are on the day 44 , 44 being the gematria of Chol (Phoenix) Francis Bacon , "The Child with the Blood of the Phoenix" And what do the lines 257/258 say ? Make glad and sorry seasons as thou fleets, And do whate'er thou wilt, swift-footed Time. Here is the First Emblem : https://publicdomainreview.org/collection/george-wither-s-emblem-book-1635 I will share with you my take on it, this evening . I worked on the subject two years ago and made some interesting findings. Best regards, Yann
  15. If I dared, I would say that this is an attractive packaging for an empty box ! Oups ... I dared !๐Ÿ˜„
  16. Ohhh, indeed ! This is " THE FAME AND CONFESSION OF THE FRATERNITY OF R:C: Commonly, of the ROSIE CROSS."
  17. Rob, I had to count it three times to be sure ... From "The Fame" to "Rosie Cross." there are 62 (FB) or 66 characters with periods and commas (FRA. BACONI). And if we count all the characters (with periods and commas) from "The FAME" to "Philostrat:" , it gives us : 177 the simple count of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE or FRANCIS BACON + MINERVA ๐Ÿ˜ Moreover, if you count the ae of "Praeface" for 2 letters, it gives us 157 characters in total from "The Fame... " to "... Philalethes." Good finding regarding EUGENIUS and EUGENIUS PHILALETHES = 232 Simple cipher 232 is the gematria of Yehi'or, the Hebrew for "LET THERE BE LIGHT" Let's take a look page 232 of Histories and "LET THERE BE LIGHT ! " ๐Ÿ™‚
  18. Talking about ATLAS ... ATLAS is mentionned 3 times in the First Folio. The demy Atlas of this Earth, the Arme And burgonet of men. Hee's speaking now, Or murmuring , where's my Serpent of old Nyle? Anthony and Cleopatra (Act I scene 5) Thou art no Atlas for so great a weight: And Weakeling, Warwicke takes his gift againe; And Henry is my King, Warwicke his Subject. Henry VI, Part III ( Act V scene 1) But the most important one is the "concealed" one, the one in an acrostic, like in Ben Jonson's Masque. Romeo and Juliet ( Act II scene 2 ) Francis Bacon invites us to use our WIT to unveil the FACT concealed in this passage ! Fri. The gray ey'd morn smiles on the frowning night, Checkring the Eastern Clouds with streaks of light. And fleckled darknesse like a drunkard reeles, From forth daies path, and Titans burning wheeles: Now ere the Sun advance his burning eye, The day to cheere, and nights danke dew to dry, I must upfill this Osier Cage of ours With baleful weedes, and precious Iuiced flower, The earth that's Nature's mother, is her Tombe, What is her burying grave that is her wombe, And from her wombe children of divers kind ... FRANCIS BACON Fri. The gray ey'd morn smiles on the frowning night, Checkring the Eastern Clouds with streaks of light. And fleckled darknesse like a drunkard reeles, From forth daies path , and Titans burning wheeles: Now ere the Sun advance his burning eye, The day to cheere, and nights danke dew to dry, I must upfill this Osier Cage of ours With baleful weedes, and precious Iuiced flower, The earth that's Nature's mother, is her Tombe, What is her burying grave that is her wombe, And from her wombe children of divers kind ... THE FACT IS THAT FRANCIS BACON WAS THE SON OF THE QUEEN ELISABETH TUDOR
  19. Thank you for sharing , The Phoenixes ! I would add that if we take in count that the "Pre" of "Preface" is an anagram of "Per " one of the Latin words for "By", all the letters in the triangle are then used, and they spell : " Per Fra F. Bacon " ๐Ÿ™‚ Best regards.
  20. I just noticed that the last word of the page 25 was PROVE. I took it as an invitation to look at the following pages ! ๐Ÿ™‚ If on pages 24 and 25 we have WAG-GAR = SHAKE-SPEARE , on the pages 26 and 27 we have BACO !!! Here is the subterfuge : the missing Capital Letter A is the only lowercase letter a on page 26 (BF). 26 + 27 = 53 53 is the simple cipher of POET, SWAN , SOW . And take a closer look at the passage with the lowercase letter a :
  21. Well done, Rob ! That is a very good point !!!! ๐Ÿ‘ Thy noble name, of right should be inrold in lines of euerlastinge memorie For thy pure minde doth well it selfe vnfold that it discenclefr om true Nobilitie True noble mindes do yeld true noble deede but base bred thoughts, nought els but basenes breedes And if Eliza, had byn funished With none but suche attendants as thy selfe: Hir fame then had not byn diminished by suche as did attend for nought but pelfe God graunt he yt succeedes may well peruse him and free himselfe of suche as did abuse him. Edward DeVere 's motto was "Vero Nihil Verius" - Nothing Truer than Truth ๐Ÿ˜‰
  22. Hello Lawrence, Thank you very much for asking this question which I had never asked myself before. I tried my luck last night, hoping to find the right answer for you. I FIND IT ! AND IT IS INCREDIBLE ! The sentence is a double reference to one of his Masque and to a passage of Virgil's Aeneid. The Masque in question is "Pleasure reconciled to Virtue". It was presented at Court before King James in 1619, one year before Francis Bacon's 60th anniversary. In this Masque, Ben Jonson mentions the Scyphus Herculeus or Bowl of Hercules. And in the Antimasque we have (I think) the song to which he is referring in "Lord Bacon's Birth-day". GREAT friend and servant of the good, Let cool a while thy heated blood, And from thy mighty labour cease. Lie down, lie down, And give thy troubles spirits peace: Whilst virtue, for whose sake Thou dost this god-like travail take, May of the choisest herbage make (Here on this mountain bred) A crown, a crown For thy immortal head. ThisMasque was published for the first time in Ben Jonson's 2nd Folio (1640). AND HERE WAS MY FIRST SURPRISE ! https://archive.org/details/workesofbenjamin00jons/page/n283/mode/2up?ref=ol&view=theater&q=bowle NOTICE THE FOUR CAPITAL LETTERS. WAG is an old english word meaning SHAKE GAR is an old english word meaning SPEARE WAG-GAR is SHAKE-SPEARE In this Second Folio, published posthumously three years after his death, Ben Jonson left us another clue so that we would understand that FRANCIS BACON WAS SHAKE-SPEARE. The second reference concerns a passage of the Book VII of the Aeneid by Virgil. Last night, I discoverered the works of Publius Virgilius Maro translated by John Ogilby (1600-1676), a contemporary of Ben Jonson and Francis Bacon aka Shakespeare. Here is his translation of Virgil's Aeneid published in 1675 https://www.google.fr/books/edition/The_Works_of_Publius_Virgilius_Maro_Tran/2mZM4tKENwIC?hl=fr&gbpv=1&dq=scyphus+herculeus+crown&pg=RA1-PA80&printsec=frontcover And I made an incredible discovery by comparing this version with the one published in 1649. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo2/A65106.0001.001/1:6.7?rgn=div2;view=fulltext Please note that in "Lord Bacon's Birth-day" Ben Jonson compares Francis Bacon to JUPITER/JOVE the "Happy Genius" HAILE, happy Genius of this ancient pile! How comes it all things so about thee smile? The fire, the wine, the men! and in the midst Thou standโ€™st as if some Mystery thou didst! John Ogilby's Last translation (1675) Then let us boldly, with the Rising Sun, The Country search, to find who rules these Lands, And several ways see where their City stands. Now sacrifice to Jove, and to the Soul Of my best Father ; swell the flowing Bowl. With cooling Branches then he binds his Brows, And to the Genius of the Country vows, To Tellus first of Gods, to Streams unknown, To Night and Stars which gild her purple Throne: Then on his Kees, to Jove and Sibyl fell, And calls his Parents, great in Heaven and Hell. Here the All-potent Father thrice aloud From high Heaven Thunder'd, and a fiery Cloud His Powerful Hand did brandishing unfold, Edg'd with reflecting Raies, and fring'd with Gold. The Trojans here a sudden Rumor fill'd, The time drew near expected Walls to Build. At the blest sign they feast, and cheer their Souls With joyful Cups, and Crown the flowing Bowls. ... When one with speed brought to the Royal Ear, In unknown Garments mighty Men drew near ; He bids them straight be to the Presence Shown, Then takes his Place in his great Grandsire's Throne. Rais'd on a hundred Pillars, 'midst the Town, Stood Picus Court, and Pallace of Renown, Awful with Groves, and Mysteries profound. Here Kings receiv'd their Scepters,and were crown'd; This was the Temple and the Princes Court, Where they at sacred Festivals resort; The Nobles here, a Ram being slaughter'd, sate In th'antient manner, at long Boards in state. Cut in old Cedar, the Effigies there Of Italus, and Prince Sabinus were, Who first set Vines, his Hook in bended Wood ; Saturn without, and Two fac'd Janus stood, And many more, with Honorable Scars, For their dear Country got, in bloody Wars. Besides, on sacred Pillars all along, A world of Arms, Axes, and Chariots hung, Crests, and huge Bars of Gates, the Ports adorn, And Spears, and Shields, and Prows from Gallies torn. John Oligby's first Translation (1649) This was to them their Temple, and their Court, Here they at sacred festivals resort, And fathers, when a Ramme was offered, sate As was the custome, at long boards in state. Cut in old Cedar the Effigies there, Of antient Italus, Sabinus were, Who first set Vines, his hook still in his hand; Old Saturne and bi fronted Janus stand In th' entrance, with some of the ancient straine, Who bold in Warres were for their Countrey slaine. Then many arms on sacred pillars fixt, With captive chariots, battell axes mixt, Helms, and huge bars of gates, the posts adorne, With darts, and shields, and prowes from Galleys torne. THE PALACE OF RENOWN is the PALACE OF FAME In the eyes of Ben Jonson and Francis Bacon it should be seen like the PALACE OF THE ROSY-CROSS. (THE FAMA FRATERNITATIS) AND HERE WAS MY SECOND SURPRISE ! John oligby seemingly knew Francis Bacon's Secret and he decided to conceal in this passage the fact that : Francis BACon was the Two Fac'd Janus, Prince William Tudor I and Shaxspear !
  23. Hello Lawrence, I'm really glad you like the videos. Thanks for your feedback and your kind words . I am really honoured by your proposal . I do not know what to say except thank you again and that I would be pleased and honoured to share my videos on your Great site. Regards, Yann
  24. Blue Figs , Onions and Garlick Here is my interpretation. Francis Bacon makes a reference to "Neptune's Triumph" and to one of the Plays of the First Folio :"A Midsommer nights Dreame." And he asks us to make a parallel between these two plays. A "blue fig" is mentionned page 111 of "Neptune's Triumph" : 111 is the Kaye cipher of BACON and in this passage the following message is concealed : "PER FRA. BACON - OWL" "Per" is a Latin word, the equivalent of "Par" in french and means "By" in English. "BY FRA. BACON - OWL" The OWL is one of the symbol of MINERVA/PALLAS ATHENA called the SPEAR-SHAKER PALLAS ATHENA was Francis Bacon's muse . She is the source of his pen-name SHAKE-SPEARE. And notice the letter "I" between the "W" and the "L" forming the name " WIL" I think that it is a subterfuge to hide, thanks to only 4 letters OW I L, the name of WILL SHAKE-SPEARE ! Now, Let's take a look at "A Midsommer nights Dreame" ! Onions and Garlick are mentionned on page 159 of the Play, that is the 177th page of the First Folio. 177 is the simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKE-SPEARE. Bot. Masters,I am to discourse wonders:but ask me not what. For if I tell you , I am no true Athenian. I will tell you every thing as it fell out. Quin. Let us heare, sweet Bottome. Bot. Not a word of me: all that I will tell you is,that the Duke hath dined. Get your apparell together,good strings to your beards, new ribbands to your pumps; meet presently at the Palace; every man looke ore his part: for the short and the long is,our play is preferred. In any case let Thisby have clean linnen;and let not him that plays the Lion, paire his nailes, for they shall hang out for the Lion's clawes. And, most deare actors, eate no Onions , nor Garlicke ; for we are to uttersweete breath;and I doe not doubt but to heare them say it is a sweet Comedy. No more words: away, go, away. You can notice that on a same line we have notably : ONIONS I WILL PALACE ATHENIAN PALACE ATHENIAN is evidently another subterfuge used by the Author who uses the homophony with PALLAS ATHENA, the Spear- Shaker. Thus, on the 177 th page of the First Folio ( 177 , simple cipher of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ) the Author tells us that HE is WILL SHAKE SPEARE. BUT WHERE IS FRANCIS BACON ? Right on top of the 177 th page ! This. If he come not, then the play is mar'd.It goes not forward, doth it? Quin. It is not possible : you have not a man in all Athens, able to discharge Pyramus but he. This. No, hee hath simply the best wit of any handi craftman in Athens. Quin. Yea, and the best person to, and he is a very Paramour, for a sweet voice. This. You must say, Paragon. A Paramour is, (God bless us, a thing of naught. PAR BACON (BY BACON) (Par Amour means BY LOVE in french) TTT or Triple Tau is a symbol of the Royal Arch. And TTT = 57 = FRA. BACON To be continued ...
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